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Patient Hub

Are you a current patient of Fertility North?

We are proud to offer our patients access to detailed information about causes, treatments and outcomes of infertility. Click through to login using your personal Fertility North patient login details, or to set up your account.

Are you interested in becoming a Fertility North patient?

Your First Appointment

Want to be fully prepared?

Check out our first appointment guide for everything you need to know.

If any of your questions remain unanswered, give us a call:  (08) 9301 1075

New Patient Documents

Please download and print out the following 6 files, which make up Fertility North’s New Patient Pack, now available online for your convenience. You will need to bring completed copies of documents 2, 3 and 4 to your first appointment with your doctor at Fertility North.

  1. Your First Appointment
  2. Clerical Information Sheet
  3. Medical Information
  4. Patient Consent to Collect and Disclose
  5. Semen Analysis
  6. Fee Structure

Patient Feedback

Fertility North is continually striving for excellence. If you have any feedback, positive or constructive we ask that you submit it via email to: feedback@fertilitynorth.com.au.

Alternatively patients are encouraged to complete our anonymous online patient feedback survey.

Prescription Drugs: How to Use

For information on how to self administer your prescription fertility medications, please click on the link below to view offcial product information from the manufacturers.

Joondalup Hospital Private Pre-Admission

Joondalup Private Hosptial Pre-Admission Form can be completed in the clinic or online using the Ramsay Patient Portal.

Please click below to access portal:

Useful Links

Merck Fertility Portal

Read a number of information booklets about fertility treatment in Australia. These include topics such as: Endometriosis, IUI, Female and Male Infertility, Creating a Family for Same-Sex Couples, PCOS, Ovulation Induction, and more.

Fertility Society of Australia

The Fertility Society of Australia is the peak body representing scientists, doctors, researchers, nurses, consumers & counsellors in reproductive medicine in Australia & New Zealand.

ACCESS – Australia’s National Infertility Network

A national consumer based infertility association.

Reproductive Technology Council (WA)

The Reproductive Technology Council regulates all assisted reproductive technology practices in Western Australia.

Andrology Australia

Andrology Australia is a community & professional education programme providing information on male reproductive health.

National Perinatal Statistics Unit (NPSU)

The National Perinatal Statistics Unit provides information & statistics from Australia & New Zealand on reproductive & perinatal health.

Your Fertility

Your Fertility is a national public education program funded by the Australian Government Department of Health and the Victorian Government Department of Health.

Jean Hailes for Women’s Health

Jean Hailes for Women’s Health was created to provide women with information, knowledge and clinical care to assist them to actively manage their own health and wellbeing throughout the whole of their life.

Living Proud

Living Proud is WA’s main LGBTI community service, providing essential services to the gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans and intersex communities, including a peer counseling phone line, health and wellbeing initiatives and community capacity building.

VARTA – Victorian Assisted Reproductive Treatment Authority

VARTA is the Victorian body for reproductive technologies, so some information on their website will be written for different state laws.
However we have included it because of the wonderful support resources they offer for those going through infertility treatment – particularly for donor assisted conception.

PANDA – Perinatal Axiety & Depression Australia

PANDA supports women, men and familieits across Australia to recover from post and antenatal depression and anxiety, a serious illness that affects around 100,000 Australian families every year